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Serving The Eureka Springs, Arkansas & Beaver Lake Area Welcome to the New Eureka Springs Webcam Site!It’s very exciting for us and our underwriters to present our new site featuring a new Basin Park Camera, Searchable Archival Photos and tons of new photos and information.Our 1st camera shows the lower Spring and Main Street area of Eureka Springs with Basin Park in the background.This is the area where our parades normally end which, of course, provides many interesting pictures. After years of trying, we finally have been able to secure a location that provides a stunning view of Eureka Springs’ busiest park.The 3rd camera offers a great shot of the intersection of Spring and Center Streets and provides a stunning view of our historic Flatiron Building.With this camera being located across the street from our famous Basin Park Hotel, good time parties can often be seen on the second floor deck as well as happy shoppers toting their treasures along the hotel’s sidewalks.Our site was established to offer an inside view of our village, its history, its activities and the talented people who make up the Eureka Springs and Beaver Lake, Arkansas area.Our Webcams offer spectacular views of Eureka Springs' Basin Park Area, upper Spring Street and Beaver Lake and provide live pictures of everything from parades to our daily lives in Eureka and on Beaver Lake.
These "shared hosting" accounts will give you the same FTP functionality that Wunderground did. If you are willing to install and configure OBS software, you can broadcast almost any webcam live on You Tube or Facebook for free. They aren't cheap, but If you already own a Nest (formerly Dropcam) camera, then you already get free public streaming (no archives unless you pay a monthly fee) that you can embed on your website (you'll have to switch your settings to Public).
Our 6th webcam is located on a secluded branch of Beaver Lake, one of Eureka Springs best kept secrets.
Created about 50 years ago, it's unparalleled scenic views, water sports and fishing opportunities have created a bright future for our community.
Camera FTP is another option but I have not reviewed them. Use a FREE webcam crawler site: If your camera's image is already hosted at a URL, or a static image is available via an IP address accessible from the outside world, but you'd rather another other website foot the bandwidth and archives, you can use a site like Look (part of Webcams. They will archive your webcam hourly for the last 24 hours, daily for the last month, and monthly for the last 12 months, though you'll have to link to their site for the archive.
Webcam is a second place, but they only archive your webcam hourly for the last 24 hours. Bloom Sky is a weather station / webcam combo that uploads to their website, and you can connect it to Wunderground as a webcam as well.